“Prophecy is an intercept from the mind of an all-knowing and all-seeing and all-powerful God.” – Joel C. Rosenberg
Have you ever had a prophetic dream? I did about a month before the attacks on September 11th.
I hesitated about writing this post, but I decided that I wanted to share my experience with my readers.
I’m not trying to garner any attention for this experience, rather I am sharing this so that you may awaken to the fact that time is not linear as we are taught to believe.
I have always been attracted to esoteric knowledge, metaphysical studies, lucid dreaming and I even took some online courses to sharpen my psychic skills.
What triggered my need to learn more about the nature of reality, psychic phenomena and other paranormal activities was my prophetic dream of September the 11th, 2001.
Some time during late summer of 2001, I believe it was early August, I had the following dream.
I don’t know exactly when it happened, but the dream and the feelings that I had because of that dream, lingered inside my being for weeks after it.
Recalling my 911 prophetic dream
In my dream, I was in downtown Baltimore with three of my brothers doing some site seeing.
It was a beautiful, sunny day with only a few clouds in the sky.
We were standing next to the Pratt Street Power Plant Building, which at one time served as the main source of power for the United Railways and Electric Company.
On a side note, during my dreams, I do not hear sound, they are generally silent and any communication would be telepathic.
In Baltimore City, we also have a World Trade Center, even though it is one building and barely one-third the size of the Twin Towers in New York.
In my dream I looked into the sky to my left and saw a silver plane with a blue stripe fly directly into Baltimore’s World Trade Center.
After that moment, stones from the Power Plant building where we were standing, had fallen from the top of the building and crushed my brothers.
I woke up from my dream instantly after the stones had fallen on my brothers.
I was breathing heavy, panicky, and felt the most intense emotional pain in my chest (fear) that you could imagine.
The emotional energy from that dream stayed with me for several days after that no matter how much I tried to shake it off.
The dream was very traumatic for me.
I never for a moment believed that I had just experienced a prophetic dream. I just thought that I was carrying around some emotional baggage and the dream was a way of releasing it.
By the way, I am from Baltimore and perhaps that is why my dream involved the World Trade Center in Baltimore instead of New York City.
Most dreams (generally) use symbols (right-brain function) that you are already familiar with.
Where I was when 911 happened
When 911 happened I was working a retail job in inventory control.
I was scanning the stockroom in the shoe department listening to the morning show on 98 Rock.
Lopez, the morning news guy, and Baltimore talk legend interrupted the show to tell the listeners that airplane had crashed into the World Trade Center in New York City.
I had to do a double take. I thought to myself, “ What, “What did Lopez just say.”
The dream that I had was still very fresh in my mind even though it was several weeks since it happened.
So imagine having this dream where a plane hits into The World Trade Center, even though it was Baltimore, and not New York, and weeks later in “real life” a plane hits the World Trade Center in New York.
Literally, every belief that I had about what was real and what I believed instantly was challenged.
I believed that time was linear.
How could I know of something that was going to happen before it ever happened?
Next, an announcement was made on the loud-speaker of my employer telling everyone what happened, and I believe that we closed the store.
I went home to watch the news as they were showing footage of the planes hitting the World Trade Center.
Another coincidence about my dream was that the plane that hit the World Trade Center in Baltimore was silver with a blue stripe.
The actual planes that hit the World Trade Center in New York City were silver with a blue and red stripe.
I didn’t write this post to sensationalize 911 or to brag about my 911 dream.
Many, many, people reported having prophetic dreams about 911.
Have you ever had a prophetic dream or deja vu?
Do you believe that there is more to this reality than what is shared by mainstream media and science?
For about six months I kept a dream journal next to my bed learning how to interpret and decode the meanings of my dreams. 99.9% of dreams are not prophetic and most are your subconscious mind cleaning out its filter.
Dreams come to us in the form of symbols and almost always are not literal and seldom are they prophetic.
To learn how to properly interpret your dreams you need to learn the language of your subconscious mind.
Even though this dream was quite literal with an airplane hitting a World Trade Center – Not the one in New York, it also had symbology to it.
The World Trade Center was known as the Twin Towers and also known as the two brothers.
In my dream my brothers were crushed by the debris falling from the top of Baltimore’s Power Plant building.